Archives for: July 2014

Jul 22nd
2014
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Now Open! Click here for more information: http://www.tulsahistory.org/visit/exhibits/oklahoma-oil-rare-postcards-views-of-the-early-days/

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Jul 10th
2014
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The museum will be closed Friday morning while an exciting project is in the works. A  new promotional video featuring Tulsa’s history, museum educational programs, and exhibit galleries is being filmed and the film crew will be hard at work throughout the building. Come see us after they’re all done at 1:00!

You can also check our some behind the scenes photos of the video shoot here.

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Jul 7th
2014
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Panel Discussion
Vice, Crime & Vigilantes in the Magic City
Saturday, July 19th, 10:30 AM

From the Osage Indian murders to the Tulsa Race Riot to notorious gangster and outlaw activity, the 1920s Tulsa area was no stranger to violence and crime. Join us for a panel of writers as they discuss stories of murder, mayhem and local criminal masterminds in the Magic City.

Panel speakers: Larry Yadon, Steve Gerkin, and Jason Christian

Hosted by the Tulsa City-County Library and the Tulsa Historical Society.

Registration is required. Seating is limited.

Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/tulsaviceandcrime2014july or call 918-549-7323 to register.

  • 1974.54.15c Says on back:  Destroying about 15,000 gal (of bootleg whiskey)
  • July 30, 1940
  • THS 2002.124.01Black and white photo of a group of White men in a car during the Tulsa Race Riot.  Some of the men are carrying guns.
  • THS 2002.123.01Black and White photo of a young White man posing for the camera during the Tulsa Race Riot.  He is holding a gun in both hands.
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Jul 2nd
2014
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